All three officers have been positioned on restricted responsibility with no contact with the general public.
CLEVELAND — Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams introduced Tuesday that three officers have been charged with misdemeanors following an inner investigation.
The three officers are charged with assaulting one other Cleveland Officer. The fees stem from an incident that happened November 15 on the Patrolmen’s Affiliation positioned at 1303 West 58th Road.
Patrol Officer Michael Phelps, 29, is charged with one depend of misdemeanor assault from the CPPA incident and one depend of misdemeanor assault plus one depend of menacing from an incident occurring shortly thereafter. He was employed in December of 2015.
John Ogle, 29, is charged with one depend of misdemeanor assault. He was employed in September of 2016.
Wyatt Woodrell, 25, is charged with one depend of misdemeanor assault. He was employed in August of 2019.
All three officers are presently assigned to the Fifth District on Fundamental Patrol and have been positioned on restricted responsibility with no contact with the general public pending adjudication of the prison expenses.
As soon as the prison case has been resolved, an administrative evaluation of the incident shall be carried out. A call on what self-discipline, if any, the officers will obtain shall be decided after the executive evaluation.